Microscopy

Vutara 352

Bruker has released the first quantitative super-resolution microscope, the Vutara 352, which offers speed, imaging depth, resolution, as well as real-time quantitative capabilities

OptiScan III

Prior Scientific has introduced the OptiScan III, a powerful, entry level system for controlling the OptiScan range of motorised microscope stages and focusing devices

Olympus SD-OSR

Featuring both confocal and super-resolution modes, the new Olympus SD-OSR microscope system has been launched

Super-resolution microscopy with a lighter touch

Super-resolution microscopy techniques have pushed the resolving power of light microscopes, but the methods can also cause photobleaching. Andy Extance discusses how scientific institutions and super-resolution companies are tackling this challenge

PInano

Physik Instrumente (PI) has introduced a new PInano super resolution (SR) microscope stage series, available in two variations: high precision with piezoresistive position feedback sensors, and high precision with high stability based on capacitive feedba

Leica DM4 P

Leica Microsystems has launched the Leica DM4 P polarisation microscope for the investigation of crystalline structures such as minerals, plastics and polymers, drugs and pharmaceuticals, or pigments and cement

Leica DM4 M and Leica DM6 M

The Leica DM4 M and Leica DM6 M upright microscopes for materials investigation have been introduced by Leica Microsystems. Both instruments have been designed for imaging, measurement, and analysis of similar features across many samples and materials

iLine F

An in-line suspension cell-monitoring microscope, the iLine F, has ben introduced by Ovizio Imaging System, a quantitative microscopy company that specialises in solutions for the life sciences market

DCS-120 System

Using new 64 bit SPCM data acquisition software, the bh DCS‑120 FLIM system records images of the full field of view of a microscope lens at diffraction-limited resolution

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